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Gun Policy News, 6 January 2006


6 January 2006


BELGRADE, Serbia-Montenegro — The interior minister pledged Wednesday to curb illegal possession of weapons in the Serbian capital. Interior Minister Dragan Jocic, who is in charge of police, spoke as he appeared at the scene of the latest shootout in Belgrade, which left one man dead and one policeman seriously injured Wednesday. Police "will make it absolutely clear to everyone that Belgrade must not be a place where people walk around with guns and shoot at... (

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6 January 2006

New York Post, Opinion

Murders like those of NYPD Det. Dillon Stewart and Det. Daniel Enchautegui remind us of the enormous sacrifice made by the brave men and women committed to protecting us and our communities. Whenever one of our courageous police officers is murdered, we are forced to reexamine whether we have done everything within our means to ensure the safety of those who risk their lives to protect us. Sadly, Det. Stewart's shooting death brought home once again the deadly... (

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6 January 2006

Chilliwack Progress (British Columbia)

Chilliwack Fish and Game Protective Association members have a message for all the candidates in this month's federal election: They're watching. And they're not going to vote for any candidate who doesn't have an "effective" plan to deal with violent crime, says Bill Wimpney, president of the Chilliwack club. He says Liberal Prime Minister Paul Martin "fired the first shot" when he pledged earlier in the election campaign to ban handguns in the aftermath of a series... (

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6 January 2006

Ottawa Sun (Ontario)

The chairman of Crime Prevention Ottawa, Rideau-Rockcliffe Coun. Jacques Legendre, says the city's gun control initiative announced yesterday will do little to take guns out of the hands of criminals. Not wanting to be too negative about the new Gun Crime Stoppers hotline and other initiatives to battle gun crime, Legendre said residents have to know the city is doing something and he encouraged people to work with the police, but he said the announcement was partly a... (

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